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. if the london zoo wanted a new animal or a replacement, they simply commissioned a collector to go out and get it. and in the 1950s, as a young television producer obsessed with the natural world, i was delighted when we got permission to go along with an expedition from the london zoo. it was going to go to west africa and be headed by one of the zoo's animal collecting experts, jack lester. i thought it would be a good idea if we called the series, "quest for something-or-other." so, i asked jack lester whether in fact there was an animal there that we could have a quest for, that no one had seen before, and he said, "oh, yes, and it's called picathartes gymnocephalus." so, i said, "well, that's not really a very catchy -- 'quest for picathartes gymnocephalus' -- is there another name?" and jack said, "yes, it's also called the bald headed rock fowl." i said, "well, even, 'quest for a bald headed rock fowl,' doesn't, likely to grab people, you know." so, in the end we just called it "zoo quest." [ "zoo quest" theme music playing ] we spent weeks collecting all kinds of creatures, and because
slightly cooler air. looking at a top temperature in london and paris of 6 degrees. it will not feel more at all. some of the unsettled water in europe -- unsettled weather still in europe. we will still see some rain in algeria through friday. the main system edging towards the east now. a few more showers in tunisia and into the northern parts of libya and towards egypt. for most of us in egypt, through friday, it should be dry. but you will notice the wind picking up. farther east, it's largely fine for many of us in the middle east. there's wet weather worki >> good to have you with us. the top stories. the latest pictures from tunisia showed a homecoming of the assassinated opposition leader and shokri belaid. the opposition and ruling party denied involvement in his murder. it has rejected the dissolution of parliament amount by the prime minister. a yearlong inquiry by australia 's top criminal investigation unit has found widespread doping and possible match fixing in. professional in it has also exposed links to organized crime and raise the possibility of match fixing. to syria,
in london, 5:30 in london. year-longa, a investigation has revealed widespread drug abuse. it is a body blow to a sports- mad nation that has always prided itself on playing hard but fair. he australian crime commission alleges -- the australian crime commission alleges that the doping is being run by scientists, coaches, pharmacists, and is involved in organized crime. >> in a country that loves sports and hates cheats, it is the blackest day in australian sporting history. a country's crime commission and its anti-doping agency alleged that the use of -- the country's crime commission and its anti-doping agency allege that the use of drugs is being -- some athletes are using drugs not approved for human use. in some cases, entire teams have been built. doped.have been >> thouge australian crime commission has found use of prohibited substances and illicit drugs. it is widespread amongst professional athletes. >> multiple criminal offenses have allegedly been committed. athletes who have used the illegal substances have been urged to come forward here >> standing here today with some of the
, you're off to dublin, then. no, no. no, london. oh. hi. how are you? service? assumpta, customers. >> assumpta: yeah, i'll be right with you, padraig. still celebrating? the rescue of the orchid and the badger, the owl and the pussycat. come on, padraig. putting the road around the wood is not going to make any difference to the development. that remains to be seen. whatever the outcome, it doesn't have to be personal. i heard you were having a little lunch time celebration. what do you mean? i've come to mess it up for you. you must think i'm a right eejit. you stuck those artefacts up on the site. and don't pretend you didn't. look at them. pathetic. now these bones haven't been in the ground for years. and this arrowhead. it's varnished. oh, dear. we told the council though. i don't care who you told. they'll take one look at this rubbish and laugh in your faces. so you can say goodbye to your wood. it's a wake you're having now. you can drink to the corpse. niamh. dad? yes, anything. do me a favour, dad. put the road round the wood. niamh. come on now. if not for my sake, dad,
reproduction of the human body is now on display at london's science museum. robotics experts have built what they've dubbed a million dollar bionic man deplete with artificial organs, synthetic blood, and robotic limbs. he's 6'6" and he was put together during the momently titled documentary "how to build a bionic man." his synthetic blood that we mentioned can bind and give off oxygen just like the real thing. the man called rex by his creators also has an artificial trachea, which means that he soon may be able to speak. >>> many cities north of us are bracing for what could be a huge storm. so let's find out how it's going to affect us. howard has the forecast. >> yeah, jc, looks like this one is just going to miss us although we could get a little snow out of it. i'll let you know when that may happen and it certainly feels like it. look at the temperatures as we go to break. it's chilly. 34 lovettsville. 37 dumfries and 38 in bowie. we'll have the very interesting forecast, an epic storm in the northeast coming up in just >>> i've been combing through the retailer websites to find you -
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>>: welcome back to san francisco's london commission regular hearing, fe b 7 2013. item 11, 2012.0765c. >>: the project is to allow expansion of the existing limited restaurant on the ground floor at 1441 stockton street. to the previously approved conditional use authorization in march, 2007, it operates as a retail bookstore with a limited restaurant component known as a. cavalli & co. it acquires a conditional use to expand. the department has received one additional comment with concerns alleging the business' continued violation. the department has not found the business to be in violation of the conditions of approval based on site visits conducted by the enforcement staff in response to each complaint. elimination of the bookstore and expansion of the restaurant will not result in the loss. the project will not affect the concentration of eating or drinking establishments. the business will not serve alcohol for on-site consumption and the project will enable locally owned and operated businesses to continue serving the north beach community. based on these findings, the d
trained wrestlers for the 2012 olympics, then led them to london. they won three medals, gold, silver, and bronze. but that was less than the team brought home from the 2008 summer games. he lost some of his shine. then the abuse allegations surfaced. he admitted he was lofty to women and was only trying to get the best out of them. >> translator: in judo, you compete at the olympic games to win medals. and i believe that is our mission. i admit that i felt pressure to make the athletes strong in a short period of time. >> reporter: sports figures have criticized sonoda's win-at-all-costs attitude. >> translator: i imagined he felt a lot of pressure to win at the games, but his passion took a wrong turn. >> reporter: international judo federation spokespersons say sonoda's actions do not reflect the spirit and few rosty of their sport. they say judo should enhance physical and mental abilities. anything that goes against that principle has no place. the fact that modern judo was developed in japan is another reason the scandal is getting so much attention. but japanese government lead
i'm told that this was actually a gift. it was, yeah. it was a friend that lived in london who, i admired this every time we went up there. a few other pieces, as well. but she decided to move to wales, and brought this with her, but it just wouldn't fit in the small house she was moving into. that's remarkable. so you just admired it. i admired it. and it ended up... i ended up owning it. forgive me, i don't mean to pry, but you do need a house of a certain size for this. i live in a large house. you've got a large house. and what about conservatory? i've got a conservatory, where this lives. because that's what it was destined for. is it? way back in the 1870's. but let's have a look at this combo, if you will. because the pedestal is quite breathtaking, isn't it? yeah, it's beautiful. and you know and i know there's a mark under there that says minton. and minton, for me, the great factory. the great ceramic manufacturer of the entire 19th century. dalton's, yes, wedgwood, yes. but when you're talking victoriana, it doesn't get any better for me than minton. i mean, this is pot
. this cost more than beijing and three times last year's london summer olympics. an unusually large chunks are being paid by the country's wealthiest man. the oligarchs. he is fourth on barraso's rich and liz, a multimillionaire, and he has built new -- fourth on ofsia's rich list multimillionaire's. >> all the rich people want to change their image in russia. they want to do something that would be considered useful, something good for them. >> five years ago this was nothing but mountains and forests. the whole thing was built from scratch. this has become a building site in the world. a huge olympic park has a human cost. this is his new home, a rented garage with room upstairs which he shared with husbands and sons. he used to have a house by the beach, but it was obliterated by the olympics. >> my oldest son keeps asking me why and who i am living like this. i say because of the olympics. everything is changing in life, everything. >> the athletes are more positive. last week one of britain cost reduced hopes was skating well and anticipating next year's and winter olympics. >> they h
and theoretical instruction. he trained wrestlers for the 2012 olympics, then led them to london. they won three medals, gold, silver, and bronze. but that was less than the team brought home from the 2008 summer games. he lost some of his shine. then the abuse allegations surfaced. he admitted he was lofty to women and was only trying to get the best out of them. >> translator: in judo, you compete at the olympic games to win medals. and i believe that is our mission. i admit that i felt pressure to make the athletes strong in a short period of time. >> reporter: sports figures have criticized sonoda's win-at-all-costs attitude. >> translator: i imagined he felt a lot of pressure to win at the games, but his passion took a wrong turn. >> reporter: international judo federation spokespersons say sonoda's actions do not reflect the spirit and ferocity of their sport. they say judo should enhance physical and mental abilities. anything that goes against that principle has no place. the fact that modern judo was developed in japan is another reason the scandal is getting so much attention. but japa
. all right. thank you you did a great job. >> thank you for having me. >> and stacy london is back as my co-host and the ways stores trap you to get you to spend more money. and allison williams stopped by. >>> a former southern california officer is accused of killing three people. hear how the incoming oakland police advicer is connected to the suspect. >>> investigators search for clues in a house fire there. >>> hear why some classes there are cancelled at noon. Ñáçwçññsxóxgñ >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> an intense man hurnt is underway in southern california right now for an ex-cop who authorities say went on a king rampage. good afternoon, i am tory campbell. thousands of police officers throughout southern california and nevada are hunting for a former l.a. cop. police say the fired officer has been on a shooting rampage that has left three dead and several others injured. sal castaneda joins us now from the newsroom with more on the suspect and his dangerous crime spree. >> reporter: tory, the suspect
. >> madam clerk, please, item number 9. >> item number 9, motion appointing supervisor london breed, term ending february 4, 2015, to the san francisco local agency formation commission. >> seeing no public comment, public comment is closed. supervisor? cohen? >> yes. i'd like to support this motion, to support supervisor breed. >> i second it. and without any objection, motion passes. >> excuse me, supervisor, would you like to send this item as full -- would you like to send this item to the board as full meeting for the meeting february 12, 2013 since it is an urgent matter? >> yes. okay. madam clerk, can you call item number 10? >> item number 10, motion reappointing supervisor malia cohen, term ending june 30, 2014, to the association of bay area governments executive board. >> okay. seeing no public here, public comment is closed. supervisor breed, would you like to make a motion? >> so moved. >> i will second it. without any objection, i will move this forward. madam clerk, can you call item number 11? >> item number 11, motion reappointing supervisor eric mar, term ending february
of the bbc's central control room here in the television center in london where i had a job as a network controller. what you see at the top is the north pole, in the center, just forward to the center is south america, all the way down to cape horn. those images were instrumental in changing the way that many of us viewed the planet. we began to think globally. looking at the earth from outer space made us realize just how small our world is and how finite its resources. it also helped us understand that we have to cherish not just individual species, nor even individual patches of wilderness, but the whole planet as a single, integrated ecosystem. but back in 1968, few people could imagine that the activities of just one species, our own, could interfere with the way that the planet worked. that we could actually change the climate of the earth. it was in the oceans that this threat first became apparent. i'll never forget the first time i put my head beneath the surface of the sea and saw all around me a coral reef, in all its complexity and richness, and almost unbelievable beauty. i
, the terminator will be on display at london's science display tomorrow. >>> topper will tell us when the rain will hit. >> mayor vincent gray says he wants to spend some $100 million on affordable housing. guess what? people in position to know, say it's not enough. i'll have that we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> d.c. mayor says he is going to spend $100 million to build more affordable housing. and while that certainly sounds like a lot of money, housing advocates say the need is a whole lot bigger than that. >> $100 million in building and preserving 10,000 units of affordable housing. >> it may have been the biggest ovation since he took office. and maryland phillips were there in the audience when the mayor announced that he'll spend $100 million on affordable housing. >> actually jumped up and i said yes, yes. >> we are getting the help we need and as hard working individuals to do homeownership in the district.
. where is this? >> everywhere. doesn't matter. >> uh-huh. london, berlin, rome, and my personal favorite, moscow. >> we're glad everyone's joining this celebration. you know, this has not been easy. not just for us, but those who work with us. >> really? i thought we were delightful personally through the whole thing. >> they haven't been happy. >> who cares? let's listen. >> i think kathie lee and hoda handled the pressure of not drinking on air for a month remarkably. i think they just upped their off-air drinking by probably 30%. >> i don't know how it went on air, but can i tell you the make-up room was hell, complete and utter hell. i've never seen crankier, moodier women in my entire life. >> what helped them was the fact that they actually continued to drink, behind the set and during commercials. so i think the fact that they didn't stay sober during their month of sobriety really eased the tension around here. >> so really what's changed? so they get on the cover. now -- okay. so now they are complete, perfect human beings. and now that their month is up, they can go back to pil
nicknames is the terminator. it's going on display this morning in the london science museum. >> robotics experts have built what they dubbed the million dollar bionic man complete with artificial organs, synthetic blood and robotic limbs. he's about 6'6" and was put together during the appropriately titled documentary "how to build a bionic man." the synthetic blood we mentioned can bind and give off oxygen just like the real thing. the man named rex by his citers also has -- his creators also has an artificial trachea which means he soon may be able to speak for himself. >> that is creepy. >> i could be sitting next to rex two, you never know. >>> a huge amount of money coming for housing in d.c. the d.c.'s mayor is trying to put together for the city. some housing advocates say it's still not enough. more on that coming up. >> still ahead, it's a suggestion many vets give to pet owners but now it's becoming law in one country. >> it's celebrity birthday time. let's see who is celebrating today. [ mom ] dear chex cereal, i just had to write. you can't imagine how long i've been searchin
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at the markets, my colleague in london, jeff cutmoor has more. >> good morning to you. this is fascinating. as you say, it would create a giant by traffic. 100,000 employees here, it's a $38.7 billion revenue company. if it comes off, we'll have to wait and watch. the word is we'll get an announcement on this american-us airways deal potentially next week. but already people are starting to put the numbers together and say well this would be huge if it comes true. google, very interesting. $40 billion a year revenue. a lot of that comes from the ad world system. they said we're going to start charging in the middle of 2013 people that use tablets and mobiles to get their messages across. that would be quite an interesting development in terms of bolstering their revenues going forward. just a couple stories to kick around in the business space. and we're a little mixed on the european story. generally there is a positive trading wuind. >> let's see if they can get revenue off the mobile. that's a big deal. of course, one of the big things with facebook. before you go, outgoing treasury sec
. stephane, it might be snowing here in london later today, so maybe you can come up our way and enjoy it. >> thanks for that, stephane. >>> still to come on today's show -- >> sony gets a boost from the falling yen, but will the future remain bright? >>> the euro trades higher. the central bank not expected to move on rates. mario draghi also facing questions about the mo on nti paschi scandal. >> mark carney faces investors in the uk with the policy rate decision later today. >> alcatel lucent's ceo says he's bowing out of the group. he tells cnbc stepping down is for the best. >> i took the decision -- it's hard, you know? it is emotional. it feels like painful. but at the same time, it was better for the company and, therefore, that's what you have to do. >> and the falling yen helps keeps play station in the game. it swings to a third quarter operating profit. >> we have trade data out of the uk. december manufacturing output up 1.6% on the month, much stronger than the forecast plus 0.7. that meant the yen is down 1.7% on the year. december industrial production also up 1.17% on the
correspondent nick robinson with us live from london. details on that. nick, iran releasing that footage, some of it on the ground. some of it aerial. it says it's from the spy plane. if this is true, it's obviously embarrassing. but what does it mean? >> reporter: well, we don't know if it is true. the pentagon is not commenting so far. what the iranians have are pictures, black and white images of the united states, various areas in the united states. and also what they claim is the u.s. base in afghanistan, you can see these drone like structures, that we have become familiar with, seeing them in afghanistan, where drones are parked. there are indications perhaps this is kandahar. but we don't know. this could just be material they found somewhere else. there is no way of knowing that this actually came from the aircraft, that it was material shot from the aircraft they claim to have. >> iran has had it for well over a year. is there any way of knowing if they were able to garner much in the way of worthy intelligence from the drone, for example they claim they were able to reverse engineer
with weight, and our country, your from london, u.k., our obsession with genetically processed foods and all that, america does have a weight obsession. i think chris christie is the future of the republican party and i couldn't embrace him more wholeheartedly. i love the way he is frank, straightforward, he says what he thinks. and he's just practical and pragmatic, and speaks with a lot of common sense. >> van, to me, it's a bit of a nonissue. i think he's a very popular guy, and even today. i can imagine many americans watching his reaction going, good for you. take her down. >> i can understand that. everybody loves this governor right now. he's fresh, he's frank. i think he has to be a little careful. he didn't have to attack her motives, call her a hack, tell her to shut up. those kinds of things may play well at this stage of his career. but you start thinking about, do you want a commander in chief who -- when a doctor makes the observation that frankly every american has made, can this guy actually pull this office? can he do it? can he physically do it? my doctor has told me, watch
that they had gun through to try to make apologies to our partners, and i personally sat down in london to have that apology conversation, and it was very disruptive. very quickly, did you provide any classified or otherwise sensitive information to reporters about the details of the raid? >> no, i did not, senator. >> do you know who disclosed information that prompted the secretary of defense, robert gates, to advise the white house to tell people to shut up? >> you would have to ask senator gates, because i don't know. >> in conclusion, let me just go back to the initial questions that the chair referred to. and in that, i think you might have taken her request on documents to be the documents that we have got outstanding right now. i think she was referring to the future. and let me just say, i hope that you've taken the opportunity. it is absolutely essential that the documents that the committee has requested on benghazi be supplied before the conversation moves forward. i realize, i'm not saying that you were part of it, but it's absolutely essential that we get those documents before we
to provoke the obama administration. amy kellogg has more from london. >> iran just released footage it claimed it extracted from a drone captured in 2011. footage of the pentagon will not confirm if s authentic. not only can it reverse engineer and mass produce spy planes now but it's collected data from the sentinel surveillance craft it intercepted. as sanctions against iran are tightening. the supreme leader rejects joe biden's suggestion that direct negotiations between the two countries might be possible. >> i'm not a diplomat, i'm a revolutionary and negotiations can only be meaningful when the other party shows goodwill. when they don't show goodwill, talks are meaningless. >> u.s. is accused of holding a gun to iran but six powers which includes the united states is expected to meet the nuclear team next month. while the sanctions are hurting iran's economy they are not thwarting nuclear advancement. >> to make these advanced centrifuges, suggests they are moving fast ahead on their program. >> one note on the supreme leader's defiant tone, a top official recently told me th
. it is a cartel in london. they smack of the 1-year ira and fix it hilo. on and on it goes. maybe you can interpret this for us. the super highway three in super low. tell us what this means. forty-one and 51. if she did that ever to come over there and make love to you. what is that means? >> i will leave the make love to you park to your imagination, but that 3m in the six means that three month libor rate. they are asking for it to be set at a rate which is different and disingenuous from what the real rate would be. gerri: which is illegal, my friend. >> it is illegal. absolutely. that is what we nail them for. this rate is set in a weird way, and i will describe it. i think i can describe it simply. they take 16 banks, the largest banks in the world. they take all 16 of them, the submissions from the top for good turnout and a love for out and then they take the medal. our bs was in the middle of the time, so they actually did faugh manipulate the rate because they were in the middle. like to say, it is against the law and i'm glad we have this. i think this sends a message that ther
in europe and i mean, in paris and in london over time. there are protests against america in lots of places. yemen is not a war zone. not like afghanistan. >> no, i would agree with that and to me, that would come down to, okay, what alternatives do you have? and if that 16-year-old, first off how good is your intelligence and how reliable, and again, depending where this terrorist is, or suspected terrorist. >> this is apparently wrong intelligence. based on how strong your intelligence is and how reliable. if they're outside a theater you have to have better intelligence and number two, look at the country you're in. do we have a government in yemen to do something to capture this person or take action against this person short of a drone attack. >> somebody who turns out not to be a terrorist. >> i understand, but there is always the occasion of bad intelligence. so the question is, i'd rather, if the bad intelligence about an american with an al-qaeda group in afghanistan, i'll live with that intelligence. what's that person doing it there? obviously, they're doing some things they shou
think it's me, own -- our obsession with weight. and just in our country with -- you're from london, uk. like our obsession with genetically processed foods and all that. i think america does have a weight obsession. separate of that i think chris christie is the future of the republican party and i couldn't embrace him more wholeheartedly. look at his performance during the hurricane. i love the way he is frank, straightforward, he says what he thinks. and he's just practical and pragmatic, and speaks with a lot of common sense. >> i mean, van, to me it's a bit of a non-issue, this. i just think he's a very popular guy. and even today i can imagine many americans watching his reaction going, good on you. take her down. >> yeah. i can understand that. listen, first of all, everybody loves this governor right now. and you know, he's fresh, he's frank. but i think he's got to be a little bit careful. he didn't have to attack her motives, call her a hack, tell her to shut up. those kinds of things may play well at this stage of his career. while he's still kind of establishing. but you sta
sat down in london to have that apology conversation and it was very disruptive. very quickly, did you provide any classified or otherwise sensitive information to reporters or media consultants regarding the details of the abadibad raid? >> no, i did not, senator. >> then do you know who disclosed information that prompted the secretary of defense robert gates to advise the white house to tell people to shut up? >> you would have to ask senator gates what he was referring to because i don't know. >> in conclusion, let me just go back to the initial questions that the chair referred to. and in that, i think you might have taken her request on documents to be the documents that we've got joud instanting right now. i think she was referring to the future. i hope you take the opportunity if you haven't already to send back to the administration, it is absolutely essential that the documents of this committee has requested on benghazi be supplied before the confirmation moves forward. i realize i'm not saying you're part of it but it's absolutely essential that we get those documents befor
hours before members of parliament in london today. in the past, he's promised quite exotic ideas of central banking, targeting nominal gdp. in daf ovos he was suggesting t moving forward he would bring ip fla inflation gradually to where it's supposed to be. but he was playing very much by the book to keep confidence in the boe and saying, look, let's just stick with what we know for now and talk about it. >> flexible inflation targeting, in my opinion, is the most successful monetary framework that has been in existence. so the bar for change to that framework, the overall framework, is very high. but i would note that there seems to be an appetite for some debate. >> from london, let's move to fram frankfurt, where it was the return of mario draghi at the european central bank, to hold his monthly news conference. there was some discussion at the beginning as to whether he was pushing back his expectations as to whether you might get the rebounding growth in europe from the second half of the year to sometime next year. i guess the big news is that he refused to take up the cha
. so it sound to me as if this is a story that's been reported in the london times, "the new york times," and really think the administration needs to answer, are they involved with running guns from turkey to syria. martha: you've raised the question. we'll see if we hear more about it today. thank you very much. rand paul, senator, good to see you. >> thank you. rick: another hearing is straight ahead on capitol hill this time for the president's choice for cia director john brennan. lawmakers expected to get their hands-on classified reports detailing the drone program. that is coming up next. >> announcer: meet tom, a proud dad whose online friends all "like" the photos he's posting. oscar likes tom's photos, but he loves the access to tom's personal information. osr's an identity thief who used tom's personal info to buy new teeth and a new car, and stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enoug
in islama bad and met in london as well. so we will move accordingly. absolutely. that's as far as i can say. i'm happy to speak to this off the record when you like. >> do that later. >> we have 20 minutes later. emily. >> i wanted to follow up -- just a point of clarification. the prisoners that have been released in recent months, those have all been done, is there a vetting process? can you talk about what the process is for making those decisions? >> that's the process and -- the united states has been engaged in. and we are absolutely following their lead. we are going to be doing this and i keep saying there is a reason why we are saying -- they have to be engaged in how they take this forward. it has to be a road map and we will move according to their chronology. >> my second separate question is on the support for coalition funds. there was a period of time when the u.s. stopped reimbursing pakistan for those. we are at a point -- in terms of the reimbursement or still missing funds? what is the status? >> we have accounting periods that we talk about. and they were suspended over
the challenges they have gone through to try to make apologies to our partners. i personally sat down in london to have that apology conversation and it was very disruptive. very quickly, did you provide classified or otherwise sensitive information regarding the details of the raid? >> i did not, senator. >> do you know who disclosed information that prompted the secretary of defense, robert gates, to advise the white house to tell people to shut up? >> par would have to ask senator gates because i don't know. >> in conclusion, let me go back to the initial questions that the chair referred to. in that i think you might have taken her request on documents to be the documents that we have outstanding right now. she was referring to the future. let me say i hope that you take the opportunity. it is absolutely central. the documents have been requested and be supplied before the confirmation moves forward. i realize and i am not saying you were part of it, but it's essential that we get the documents before we begin and i hope you will deliver that message. i thank you. >> thank you, senator. >>
in london. is this the same drone that the united states said was returned to the united states? >> it looks like the same one. the iranians say it was flying 140 miles into their airspace off their northeastern corner, close to the border with afghanistan. the iranians are saying this aircraft was flying from the kandahar airfield base inside afghanistan, and some of the footage, and i looked at it, some of it could be kandahar air base but there's no guarantee this video came from the aircraft in question here. did they get this video from somewhere els? it's not clear. there's no way to verify at the moment what the iranians are saying. the spokesman that the iranians are putting forward says that the aircraft was sent to california several times in 2010 for repair and used for operations inside pakistan. >> translator: this aircraft has had many flights in countries around iran, operations that have taken place in pakistan. this aircraft provided guidance. >> again, no indications that we have that they have the real video from this drone. they may do, but we can't know that for sure at
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